Photo credit: Marianne Duval
a University of Ottawa Theatre Department production
Created by Poids Plumes, Even Gilchrist, Emily Pearlman, Emily Séguin & Maxim Racicot-Doucet
Performed by David Bélizaire, Émilie Camiré-Pecek, Virginie Charland, Liam Lahey, Noah Marcus, Adia Mayers-Hemmings, Maxim Racicot-Doucet, Aryane Roberge, Sine Robinson, Emily Séguin & Stephanie Velichkin
Directed by André Perrier
90 minutes | 14+
Somewhere between two languages, between Hull and the Glebe, is a scream. A middle finger. An amused look. A love letter. A desire. A fresh start. An invitation.
A portrait of the national capital region – seen and told by Ottawa’s emerging and established artists. At times soft and subdued, at times a little rough around the edges. It is fun, it is colourful, it is us.
Presented in collaboration with the University of Ottawa Department of Theatre.
THURSDAY, February 7 at 8:00pm
FRIDAY, February 8 at 8:00pm
SATURDAY, February 9 at 8:00pm
LabO Theatre, 10 Daly Ave.
André Perrier – Director
André Perrier is an award-winning freelance director. He studied acting at the Conservatoire de Québec and has also holds an MFA in directing. Since 2004 he has been teaching acting and directing at the University of Ottawa’s Theatre Department. His upcoming projects include a remount of Le Lilas africain by Pamela Gien at the Nouvelle Scène and Les Mots secrets at the NAC’s French Theatre in 2020.
Christopher Payne – Video Designer
Christopher Payne works predominantly with sound, light, and video, as experiential tools. Payne completed his original artistic training in cinema at Concordia University in 2007 before completing his MFA at the University of Ottawa in 2013. His work and performances have been presented in Alberta, Quebec, Ontario, Poland, Belgium, and Mexico.
Angela Haché – Costume Designer
A seasoned costume designer, Angela Haché works with Ottawa-Gatineau theatre companies and occasionally with out-of-town groups. Her work has been featured on stages from across Canada. Angela is currently employed by the University of Ottawa’s Theatre Department where she heads the wardrobe shop and designs for in-house productions. The costumes for By-Product-D.Rivé mark her second collaboration with director André Perrier. Twice runner-up for the Virginia and Myrtle Cooper award, she received the Prix Rideau Awards, Outstanding Costume Design for Empire Builders (Third Wall Theatre) and the 2017 Prix Hommage Théâtre Action.
Margaret Coderre-William – Set & Lighting Designer
Margaret Coderre-William’s career as a Set, Lighting and Costume designer has spanned more than four decades. Much of that time was spent as a dedicated full-time member of the Department of Theatre where she was a Professor, Resident Designer, and long-time Chair. Now retired, Ms. Coderre-Williams has every intention of continuing her work as a designer and has relished this opportunity to work, once again, with André Perrier and with the talented students and staff of the Department of Theatre.